RevLarter

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About RevLarter

  • Rank
    New Member
  • Birthday October 30

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Marital Status
    Married
  • Location
    Canada & United States

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  • Interests
    Ancient History, Nature, Photography, Love, Psychology
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Pastafarian/Spiritual Humanist/Unitarian Universalist

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  • Occupation
    Minister
  • Website URL
    http://www.iretrala.com/soulchurch
  1. Well, I will not be doing their wedding. Apparently they feel that because legitimate enough. *sigh* I still wish them the best.

  2. That is perfect. Very beautiful. I will run this by them. Thank you, so much.
  3. I talked to them in the first consult. They said to prep something Christian but not too pious. *sigh* It will come to me.
  4. I am an interfaith minister. I am proud to know so many paths and see the crossroads for each to another. I am about to do a wedding for a couple that doesn't want too much Christianity in their Christian wedding. The Bride is an Agnostic and the Groom is a non-practicing Catholic. Would I be ok using the New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha NRSV? It is the only Bible that I trust and like.
  5. Thinking about a wedding that I will be performing in just over a month. Bride and Groom still have not been communicating to me...hmm...

  6. I did a little research with my Father-in-Law (Canadian; retired CBSA Director of Import/Exports) and he told me that it is a few hoops, but, not impossible. Just annoying. Sounds like a challenge, but, I am up to it.
  7. Couldn't I very well join an already established religious organization and branch off? That is what I am being told by and offered by a Minister in Halifax, NS, who runs the MCC (gay friendly church).
  8. So, what does someone do to gain the ability to perform the legal side of Marriages? That is a staple of my ministry. Thank you for your reply. I will have to look into this. *sigh*
  9. Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you come aboard. I hope you'll check out all the site has to offer and join in when you can! Blessings of Peace, Al

  10. I am moving to Canada as a Permanent Resident in the near future and I am wondering if I will still be ordained in Canada or if something special would have to occur to keep my status as an ordained minister. Thank you for your time. Blessing to All